The Eastern Caribbean Central Bank issued Eastern Caribbean dollar banknotes in 6 different denominations, including this 20 Eastern Caribbean dollars banknote (improved security features). They are part of the current Eastern Caribbean Dollar banknotes series. The Eastern Caribbean Central Bank started issuing these 20 Eastern Caribbean dollar banknotes in 2000. They are currently still in circulation.
The twenty collar Eastern Caribbean banknote has a narrow security foil and gold butterfly as its most apparent security features. It depicts Queen Elizabeth II, and shows a turtle and some fish swimming, and also a hummingbird feeding on nectar from a flower. The reverse side of the $20 XCD bill shows a nutmeg fruit and seed. It also depicts Montserrat’s old Government House in Plymouth, which was abandoned due to volcanic activity in the Soufrière Hills.
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bird on branch, compass rose, house and garden, islands, leaves, map